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My Canon IPF 9000 keeps tearing up the paper when loading, especially the thinner stuff, it gets caught up under the ink carriage and then bunched up and then I have to switch the whole thing off and one....it's wasting a ton of paper and time

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Use only the recommended printing paper in your printer or else the rollers will chew them off and cause more harm.
A thin paper can move off with the roller unlike a thicker one as the gap in the roller is set for the printing paper.
So please check this out.

Posted on Aug 28, 2010

  • artbyalice Nov 13, 2010

    Put a little bend in the edge of the paper, bending the whole edge upwards slightly before letting the printer load it, this should prevent it from getting caught up and bunched up under the printer window, which is what happens to me....this is the fix that works for me, hope it helps

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